Finished Lecture “Modeling the development of premodern Islamic Societies through computational analysis of written sources” (Jan. 26)
Research Group： C01 Digital Humanities
We’ll have Dr. Maxim Romanov as a speaker of the workshop this month. Dr. Romanov is the pioneer of digital humanities in Islamic studies. Currently, he is working on the project “The Evolution of Islamic Societies (c.600-1600 CE): Algorithmic Analysis into Social History” (2021-2027) at Hamburg University as Emmy Noether junior research group leader.
Lecture “Modeling the development of premodern Islamic Societies through computational analysis of written sources”
Date & Time: January 26th (Wed), 2022 at 18:00-20:00
Venue: Online virtual meeting
Pre-registration: Please fill in the pre-registration form.
・Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) “Connectivity Analyses by Digital Humanities Method” (Principal Investigator: Wakako Kumakura (ILCAA), 20H05830)
・NIHU Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East
・ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Visualization of the History and Historical Space of the Middle East: Sharing Knowledge in the Digital Age”
Susumu Sato satos[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp